It’s bad enough to be an adult stuck in a hospital. Try being a kid. You want to be active, to socialize, to keep moving, but you’re confined. Hospitals—especially children’s hospitals—make every effort to ensure that some daily activities are available, but there’s always room for more. That's a need one foodservice contractor decided to address with a program called Chef’s Table. It brings kids (and their families) who are able to do so ...

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